WASHINGTON — The September U.S. durables goods report was pretty much as expected, showing some core weakness that caused a little inventory building.

September durables orders were up 3.7% after a 0.2% rise in August, continuing a move higher, as expected. Orders are now up in five of the last six months, an up-trend.

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